Transportation from Larnaca Airport


In addition to many car rental companies, the airport is also accessible by public transport buses and long-distance buses to other cities.

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Car rental

If you want to explore Cyprus on your own, driving around and discovering deserted beaches or mountain villages, the best mode of transport is to rent a car directly at the airport. The arrivals area of the terminal is home to many car rental companies, both local and multinational. You can easily compare them all at the click of a button, for example via

Prices vary according to the season. While you can pay from 200 eur for a week's car rental in Cyprus, during winter prices drop to amounts from 120 eur per week.

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Car rental counters are clearly marked on the left side of the arrivals hall.

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Bus to Larnaca

If you are going to Larnaca city centre, you can use the local Larnaca public transport. Timetables by stop are most clearly found on the website.

You will find the bus stop in front of the departure hall on the first floor and the route from the arrival hall is not signposted. In the arrivals hall, "Buses" signs lead only to intercity and tourist buses. After exiting the arrivals area, take the escalator up to the departures area, walk across the hall to the left exit and from there you will see the bus stop on your left.

Tickets can be purchased from the driver or at the counter on the right side of the arrivals hall, choose from the following ticket types:

  • 2,40 eur - 1 ride anywhere on Larnaca public transport (non-transfer ticket)
  • 4 eur - Night ticket between 21:00 and 04:00, valid for 1 ride (non-transferable)
  • 7,50 eur - All day ticket for lines within Larnaca public transport, valid only on a given calendar day. This ticket is referred to as a 4-trips-ticket, where all further trips from the 5th upwards are free
  • 15 eur - A 2-day ticket for lines within Larnaca public transport, valid only on the calendar days, not for 48 hours
  • 15 eur - Full day ticket for all buses in Cyprus, including long distance intercity, valid only on a given calendar day, not for 24 hours

Only single journey tickets can be purchased from the driver. All other tickets can be purchased at the counter in the arrivals hall (by the exit towards Taxi).

Tickets at the driver's desk can only be paid in cash, while you can also pay by card at the arrivals desk.

What bus lines run to Larnaca Airport?

  • Centre: lines 407, 425, 429, 430, 431, 432, cumulatively running approximately every 15 minutes
  • The whole coast of the city: line 425, runs every 20 minutes
  • Mackenzie: lines 425 (+ short version), 429, in aggregate every 15-20 minutes
  • Perivolia: lines 429, 430, cumulatively run 1-2 times per hour
  • Dromalaxia: lines 431, 432, cumulatively running 1-2 times per hour
  • Kiti: lines 407, 430, 432, running collectively 1-3 times per hour
  • Zygi, Mazotos, Kalavosos: line 407, runs 5 times a day

The journey from the airport to the centre of Larnaca takes 25 minutes. The first service from the bus station, located by the port in the centre, runs at 5:50 on weekdays or 6:00 on weekends. The last connection from the airport to the centre leaves at 23:55.

Night buses

On Friday to Saturday and Saturday to Sunday nights, the night bus 446 also runs to the airport, departing from Larnaca to the airport at 1:00 and 4:00, and from the airport to Larnaca at 2:35 and 5:35.

Taxi and evening/night arrivals

If you are flying direct to Larnaca with Wizz Air, you will land in Cyprus in the late evening when there are no buses to catch. At this point you have to use taxi services, which have fixed prices and cannot be haggled. Prices vary during the day (6:00-20:30) and at night (20:30-6:00).

  • Larnaca city centre - 15 eur during the day / 20 eur at night
  • Ayia Napa and Limassol - 50 eur during the day / 60 eur at night
  • Nicosia - 45 eur during the day / 50 eur at night

Buses to other cities

There are also long-distance buses directly from the airport to other major Cypriot cities. There is no national bus pass for €15 per day on any of these routes.

If you want to save money and don't mind changing buses, then it is always cheaper to use the public transport bus to Larnaca for 1,50 eur and then the regular long-distance InterCity Buses, whose prices range from 4 eur to 9 eur. Detailed timetables and other information can be found on the website:

However, if you want to save time, use direct connections on these routes:

  • Nicosia: Kapnos Airport Shuttle, runs about once an hour + twice at night, the journey takes 40 minutes and a one-way ticket costs 9 eur
  • Agia Napa: Kapnos Airport Shuttle, runs 3 times a day, the journey takes 60 minutes and a one-way ticket costs 10 eur
  • Limassol: Limassol Airport Express, runs about 13 times a day, the journey takes 45 minutes and a one-way ticket costs 10 eur
  • Paphos Airport: Kapnos Airport Shuttle, runs 2-3 times a day, takes 90 minutes and costs a one-way ticket 16 eur

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